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Droids

K-9X1

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Name: K-9X1
Type: SE-2 worker droid
Degree: Fifth droid
Class: Labor Droid
Sensor Color: Black
Plating Color: Black / Silver
Gender: Masculine Programming
Personality Module: Simple

DEXTERITY 1D
Melee Combat: 2D
KNOWLEDGE 1D
MECHANICAL 1D
PERCEPTION 1D

Search 2D
STRENGTH 1D
Lifting 2D
TECHNICAL 1D
Equipment Repair: 2D

Equipped With:
• Humanoid body (two arms, two legs, head)
• One photoreceptor
• Two auditory receptors
• Broadband antenna/receiver system
• Holocam
• Holoprojector
• Movement Sensors (+1D to search to spot movement up to 500 meters)

Special Abilities:
None

Move: 6
Size: 1.65 meters tall
Cost: 800 credits

Equipment: Stun Baton (STR+1D+2 and/or 3D stun)

Background: K-9X1, or K-9, was a SE-2 worker droid in service to the Galactic Empire in the Mount Tantiss facility on the planet Weyland. K-9X1 handled the lurca hounds under the Empire’s service, though feeding the hounds was delegated to the clone Omega. When Omega noticed that the lurca hound LH-201—affectionately named “Batcher” by the clone—was injured, K-9X1 informed her that the hound had sustained the injury during her nightly patrol and that she was scheduled for termination. When Omega requested that the droid help Batcher, they declined, stating that they were not a medical droid and it was against their programming. After learning that Batcher’s termination had not been staved off—despite having treated the hound’s wound—Omega overpowered K-9X1. It smashed their lower half with a crate before freeing Batcher, though the droid had called security.

K-9X1 was later rebuilt, though they were destroyed once again by blaster fire by the clone Crosshair when he made his escape from Mount Tantiss alongside Omega.

Appearances: The Bad Batch

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PT White

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